The Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center is funded by the Federal Highway Administration. The website provides pedestrian and bike information, news, and resources.
The North American Bike-share Association (NABSA) was incorporated as a non-profit Corporation in 2014. NABSA is a member-driven organization.
The Nice Ride website provides information of the bike sharing system in Minnesota, introduces how it works, pricing of the usage fee for the system and latest news.
Bulr Bikes is a bike sharing system, which provides a convenient and inexpensive transportation option for people can travel from point A to point B.
This link provides a video that summarizes the components of the St. Paul, Minnesota Way-finding Master Plan.
The Iowa Bicycle Coalition builds partnerships, educates Iowans, and helps to establish safe and enjoyable bicycle transportation and recreation networks throughout Iowa.
Walkscore.com is a website that rates the “walkability” of any neighborhood.
Handbook sponsored by Omaha by Design. The handbook sets out to improve the appearance of Omaha’s streets and create a setting that is welcoming to pedestrians and cyclists as well as drivers and transit users.
Statewide Urban Design And Specifications (SUDAS) manuals provide common urban standards for public improvements such as sanitary sewers, water mains, streets, sidewalks, utility locations, signalization, drainage and erosion control.
The Des Moines Register provides an overview of the Ingersoll Avenue lane diet project.
Manual providing guidance on achieving balanced street design that accommodates cars while ensuring that pedestrians, cyclists and transit users can travel safely and comfortably.
Found here is a publication of the Iowa Bicycle Coalition, Iowa Economic Development Authority (IEDA), and Main Street Iowa.